Microsoft Unveils Final Shoe Collaboration With Adidas As Part of Xbox's 20th Anniversary

SHARE
share to other networks share to twitter share to facebook

Following Microsoft's announcement last October that they will be collaborating with Adidas to commemorate Xbox's 20th anniversary, both companies have now unveiled the third and final new sneaker project themed around the renowned console.

As per VGC, the sneaker was revealed through a new blog post by Xbox. Known as the Adidas Forum Tech Boost, it is priced at $140 and can be purchased by fans through partner stores worldwide and adidas.com. James Monosmith, Senior Sales & Marketing Manager of the Xbox Consumer Products described the new shoe by saying:

"With design inspired by the fastest, most powerful Xbox console ever, the Xbox Series X, the silhouette is a bold start in jet-black, amped further with pops of neon green and tech-driven details."

Read More: Raven Software Nerfs Krampus in Warzone December 22nd Update

Advertisement

Microsoft Unveils Final Shoe Collaboration With Adidas As Part of Xbox's 20th Anniversary

Monosmith continued to describe the Forum Tech Boost, especially about its interior and exterior parts. A part of his statement reads as:

"Draped in black netting against a green liner, the inside of the shoe resembles the iconic green vents of the Xbox Series X. The sneaker also includes our modern Xbox sphere logo with subtle highlights, to represent our console power button and the elegant style of the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller."
Photo by Xbox
click to enlarge
Photo by Xbox

The first Forum Tech sneaker was announced last October, though it wasn't made for sale back then. The second was the Forum Mid which was made available for purchase in U.S. and Canada.